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Ectopic pregnancy means a 'misplaced' pregnancy. In other words, if you get pregnant and the pregnancy is located outside the womb, this is an ectopic pregnancy.
Despite the preventive measures, people with SCA can fall seriously ill. It is important to note that illness can start from age 4-6 months when levels of the natural foetal haemoglobin, which preven
Ectopic pregnancy means 'misplaced pregnancy' and most often happens in the fallopian tube, which connects the ovary to the womb.
Pregnancy has sometimes been referred to as ‘a stress test for the body’. It could then cause severe complications for a woman who has pre-existing heart disease.
In addition to other special groups, pregnant women are understandably concerned about the effect of the virus on their babies and themselves. Based on the limited factual data we have, the RCOG (Roya